F-13 new wireless routers -

Bob Goodwin bobgoodwin at wildblue.net
Sun Aug 8 12:41:21 UTC 2010

  On 08/08/10 06:10, Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
> Bob Goodwin<bobgoodwin at wildblue.net>  writes:
>>      This is a current updated f-13 computer connected to our home LAN. I
>>      have been using a Buffalo Airstation WLI-TX4-AG300N, essentially an
>>      Ethernet wireless adapter to access the system. I recently bought a
>>      Netgear WNDR330 dual band "N" wireless router and am having a lot of
>>      trouble getting it to perform as advertised. This is a less than 20
>>      year old typical two story frame house. I would expect the walls to
>>      be essentially transparent to RF energy.
> If you have signal problems with the typical low-power 15mW systems, you
> can always get something beefier at both ends.  You can get nice 300mW
> systems and cards from places like Ubiquiti for not much more than
> department store router prices.  see http://www.ubnt.com/ I have one of
> their 300mw PCI cards and a now discontinued 300mW AP card.
> -wolfgang

    Where do you buy this "Ubiquiti" stuff?

    Their site shows some interesting equipment but after wading around
    a bit I find nothing about price or ordering. Perhaps I missed
    "clicking" somewhere? Newegg search "Ubiquiti" turns up nothing?

    Thanks for the tip though.


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